The Routes to Recovery Derbyshire (R2RD) website is designed to be a Recovery Services gateway allowing anyone to find up to date information on Drug and Alcohol Services, Recovery Services, Mental Health and essential services throughout Derbyshire. A great resource to find out what’s out there in Derbyshire and where to find it.
Volunteering and training opportunities with qualifications in horticulture for clients who are residing in north Derbyshire, on the 8 acre farm site in Langwith, Bolsover DC.
01623 741 210
A multi-sport offer via an 8 week programme of physical activities and related theory aiming to build confidence, and self-esteem, in order to create change in thinking towards health, wellbeing and habits.
01246 264 030
This project provides 40 days of rural activities leading to an improvement in the participants’ wellbeing through farming practices, sustainability, conservation and rural crafts. A Community Interest Company promoting 'Social Farming' on a 13 acre Smallholding in High Peak, Derbyshire.
‘Horti-Culture’ project will work with people in recovery to deliver creative and horticultural opportunities providing support and enrichment to create positive changes in behaviour.
0115 930 1229
The RISE project will provide coaching to project participants in recovery from drug and alcohol dependence in order to improve physical and emotional health and access work experience and employment.
01298 214 926
Mentoring support, gardening, furniture recycling, cookery and arts and crafts. People will be signposted to learning and job opportunities and will be taught to produce healthy meals. Physical activity levels will be increased and art activities will provide a therapeutic element. Participants can volunteer for the Talent Match project.
0115 9443 865
Lighthouse provides bespoke training and education for the residents of the 15 bed homeless unit in Shirebrook which will improve self-esteem and confidence leading to the outcome of work experience and employment.
01623 746 352
The project will provide an improvement in the quality of life and employability by developing a network of ‘micro-businesses’ linking the community and environment. Participants will develop a working nursery and create a workshop which will produce saplings and garden furniture and ornaments for sale.
The Carers in Derbyshire website has been created by a partnership of experienced carers, adult social care, health providers and the voluntary sector. The website has details of support services including carer support groups, information and advice services, local groups, advice on benefits, health and wellbeing and details of services to help carers get a break from their role. There is also advice about emergency planning, carers rights and training for carers.
Read about AA meeting details in Derbyshire here.
If so, DRP can offer you help and support to either stop or gain control of your use and to start to build positive relationships for you, your family and your community.
The next step is simple – just phone 0845 308 4010 or 01246 206514 from your mobile or fill out our contact form and we will get back to you to have a chat, explain what we can do to help you, and agree your next steps.
DRP have a wealth of experience helping the people of Derbyshire to overcome problems with alcohol and drugs and to move on, building themselves and their families a better future.